We are an Expedition Sailboat Company
We sail in the World's Southern Ocean and Explore some of the last wild places. We take keen travelers, Adventureres, Scientists, and Mountaineers where they want to go. Explore Antarctica, the Beagle Channel, Isla de los Estados, the Falklands, the Darwin Range and Fjords, South Georgia
Ocean Tramp is an Expedition sailing vessel built for the high latitudes. She is Aluminum hulled and has a very protected pilot house for steering. You want nothing less when going to Antarctica
Ocean Tramp allows passengers to get up close to the ice. Her size allows provides maneuverability and flexibility. We can get into places larger boats can not. We can also take advantage of opportunities as they arise – amazing light, a breaching whale, and that perfect shot.
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Where Do We Go?
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Isla de Los Estados
Darwin Range & Fjords
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Leave No Trace
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Too hot in the Northern Hemisphere? Feeling guilty that you are inside with the AC? Dreaming of colder climates. Have no fear – you can do some Antarctic Science. You can count penguins from your own computer. I’ll admit – I’ve just spent that last…
The new video about Ocean Tramp on Expedition in Isla de los Estados is finally ready. After watching the movie if you aren’t sure what Isla de los Estados is, check out our earlier post where we explain the history of this totally cool island,…
And the forecast said it would rain and it did… for nearly 3 straight days. Just when you thought it couldn’t rain any more, a new wave came in and the wind came and we were happy we were inside Ocean Tramp. (At times we…
After more than 3 days in Fjord Fouque we left our cozy cove. The morning was ominous, with low hanging clouds and fog. Perfect for some amazing photos as we left the cove and and great counter to the orange and pink mornings we had…
We had another early start from Caletta Olla and we were rewarded for our pre-dawn wake up and departure. The skies glowed yet again brilliant pinks and oranges with snow caps mirroring and reflecting the light. A really great morning – watching the day start…
We got up before the sun to leave Yendegaia, as the forecast was for a calm morning and winds picking up after mid day. We picked up the anchor and headed into the gray morning. Its takes about an hour to motor out of the…
We set off from Puerto Navarino with the goal of getting to Caletta Olla, however, upon entering the Beagle, it was blowing between 30 and 35 from the West, creating short steep, choppy waves in the Channel. We decided to make a quick go across…